Learn to implement sites with the major content management platforms
The popularity of the mobile web is seemingly unstoppable, making the demand and expectations for sleek, smooth, and sophisticated web sites extraordinarily high. Unique to the shelf, this book describes how you can develop mobile content and then install, configure, test, and integrate mobile web sites using the most popular content management systems (CMS) in order to provide an engaging and enjoyable experience to users on the move. Placing a special emphasis on three particular platforms—WordPress, Joomla!, and Drupal—author James Pearce explains how to design and mobilize sites in conjunction with each CMS and walks you through the installation and configuration of the plugins, modules, and themes that will get you started, fast.
Professional Mobile Web Development:
Features a brief history of the mobile web and explains what makes it unique
Provides a technical review of the mobile landscape and familiarizes you with mobile devices, networks, and their challenges
Looks at how the mobile web is evolving and how best to design for it
Reviews choices and decisions that should be made prior to working on CMS mobilization
Describes the processes involved in testing, deploying, and integrating a mobile web site, regardless of platform
Discusses mobile analytics, advertising, and other operational topics
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